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on "sgmd" for us. stay connected throughout the week on my lifestream, on cnn.com/sanjay, and we'll see you back here next week and time now to get you a check of the top stories in the "cnn newsroom". -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good morning, everybody, from the cnn center in atlanta, georgia, this is your "cnn sunday morning," and we start with a breaking story out of turkey, the developments still coming in to us, a 7.3 magnitude earthquake, a major earthquake has hit near the area of van, turkey, the southeastern part of that country. here are some of the first pictures we are getting in, classified as a major earthquake, a 7.3 magnitude, that is the number we're getting from the usgs. some turkish agencies putting the number at 6.6 magnitude so still some discrepancies between the numbers but it's not important. either way it is a major earthquake. we are expecting aftershocks. many of those could be just as strong or stronger than the actual earthquake. this thing struck just about an hour 20 minutes ago, 1:40 in the afternoon local time there in turkey. the most up-to-d
? >> yeah. >> can you show us? >> everything's folded up but you're more than welcome to come in. >> let's take a quick look. you're prepared to stick this out through the winter? >> yep. >> why? >> it's worth it. i'm so passionate. it's worth it. it's worth it. i'm ready to see change. >> reporter: of course, what they really can't change or do anything about is the weather. volunteer medics tell us that they treated at least ten people for hypothermia but the one thing these protesters tell us time and again is that they won't let bad weather force them out of this protest and this movement. alina? >> susan candiotti, thank you very much. >>> confrontations between occupy protesters and police are becoming more frequent and more violent. demonstrators marched yesterday in oakland, california. a much larger turnout than in previous days. some say scott olson is the reason. you'll remember he's the iraq war veteran who suffered a skull fracture on tuesday after allegedly being struck by a tear gas canister in a face-off with police. in denver, it got pretty ugly in front of of the state
with us. time now to get you back into the "cnn newsroom" and t.j. holmes for a check of your top stories making news right now. >>> from the cnn center in atlanta, georgia, this is your cnn sunday morning. hello to you all. i'm t.j. holmes. >>> coming up, it is going to be a huge week in washington. a showdown on the hill is expected between republicans and president obama. and the stakes couldn't be higher. the president's $447 billion jobs bill. >>> also, we are standing by to talk live with the civil rights icon john lewis. he showed up to support and occupy rally in atlanta. but demonstrators refused to let him speak. >>> also, take a look at this. it is the cheapest computer tablet in the world. and before you even ask -- no, you cannot buy it here in the u.s. that story ahead as well. >>> let's start with the fight over the president's jobs bill. the senate is expected to vote on the plan in a matter of days. the measure could cost an estimated $447 billion. the president said, hey, it is paid for. $453 billion, he said, would come from his proposed tax on millionaires. the bill ca
for us from perugia and matthew, i said there -- people here appeal and take the stand to defend yourself, this is not going to go like a normal case in the united states where someone takes the stand and they're going to be asked questions. no. >> they call it the pleas of innocence here. both amanda knox and her co-accused accused and convicted already of course of murdering meredith kercher in 2007 will get about 15 minutes each. it's not been confirmed that rafaela will make a speech but definitely amanda knox, tomorrow morning, is going to be standing in front of that jury with a heartfelt last appeal for her freedom. >> reporter: it's said to be the speech of her life. soon amanda knox will make a final direct plea of innocence, a last chance to convince this italian court to set her free. >> is she ready? >> i believe she is. she's been thinking about it for well over three months and so i think it's going to be very heartfelt and it would be truly her and hopefully it will go over well. >> reporter: the american exchange student was convicted in 2009 along with her italian boyfrie
. >>> that's it for us today. time to get you now to the "cnn newsroom" for a check of your top stories making news right now. >>> from the cnn center, this is cnn sunday morning. october 16th. good morning, everybody. i'm alina cho. t.j. holmes is on assignment. so glad are you starting your day with us. >>> it is getting started right now in washington. ceremonies to dedicate the memorial honoring dr. martin luther king jr. we will take you there live. >>> also, a look ahead to the cnn western republican presidential debate in las vegas. what can we expect in the tuesday night showdown? >>> and last night in los angeles, a star-studded birthday party for former president bill clinton. but not the kind of birthday you'd think. on hand, lady gaga, usher and el en ellen de generes. thchlts morning on the national mall, the four-acre, $120 million martin luther king jr. memorial will be dedicated. our athena jones is in the mall right now and joins us now live. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. as you can see, the crowd is building here. in just a little while, this dedicati
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